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leaders to the white house on friday. chuck coppola joins us in the newsroom with more. the so-called fiscal cliff is right smack in the middle of the agenda in washington, and as our cover story shows you, the president and congressional leaders have already staked out their positions. president obama called on house republicans to give certainty to middle class families by extending middle class tax cuts immediately, before they run out at the end of the year. "i've got the pen ready to sign the bill right away. i'm ready to do it." fairness in taxes proved a key issue during the campaign. extending a tax cut for the middle class now would effectively keep republicans from holding it hostage later in negotiations to extend all tax cuts, including those for the rich. "i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. i'm not going to do that." earlier, house speaker john boehner told reporters that allowing tax cuts for the wealthy to expire at t
from union city, jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> tara moriarty joins us live with talking with police and the warning for other resident -- residents in the city, good morning tara. >> reporter: police have not found any suspects but they do have leads they are following up on. meanwhile members of the homeless committee are on edge after one of their own was violently killed and so far no witnesses have come forward. police say 24-year-old mckayla had recently become homeless after not taking a -- after dropping out of a drug program. investigators say she was stabbed several times with some type of blade edged instrument and she was most likely killed where she was found. >> people who are homeless should stay vigilant and be extra careful and i would make that recommendation at any time. we don't have anything that is pointing to anything but an isolated incident right now. >> now we found some pictures of her on my space. she came here at the beginning of october and left a victory outreach home on october 11 with a man she met and again police have spoken
to an extramarital affair. joining us to discuss that and upcoming hearings on the deadly terror attack in libya is the chairman of the senate intelligence committee, dianne feinstein, senator, welcome back to fox news sunday. >> thank you very much, chris. >> chris: in a statement friday you said you understand petraeus's decision to resign, but that you wish that president obama had not accepted that. after more revelations, this weekend, do you still feel that way? >> i talked to dave petraeus twice on friday and he said to me, i've done an egregiously dishonorable thing and i need, now to do the honorable thing and i thought about it and, for me it is a heart-break, i mean, i am very, this is a truly bright man, a credible person. a great leader. and, could have really been a super transitional figure for the cia. this is very, very hard and i think he did the right thing. >> chris: now, you... >> yes. yes. >> chris:... accept this. >> you realize additional complications, which i did not at the time i spoke to him. i did he did the right thing and i think the president really had no choice
's a member of the u.s. army. and as you can see, it's an emotional reunion. she had no idea it was coming. >> i love you, baby girl. >> i love you, too. >> any idea how long major banks was deployed? >> major banks was completing his third tour of duty, and he's been gone for the last eight months. >> and the whole world just disappears for her at this moment. >> yeah. >> she's just so into her dad at that moment. nothing else matters, you can tell. >> gets you choked up, because you see how much love there is right there in that moment between the two of them. you're right. the rest of the world doesn't exist any longer. >> i missed you, too, baby. >>> it's monday, everybody, and we are giving away another ipad 3. now, we had a little problem with friday's giveaway in some cities. so we're tacking on an extra day to our giveaway. >> yep. adding an extra day and another ipad so we'll be doing this thing all the way through thanksgiving day. >> showing a little extra love. right, steven? >> right. in a bit we'll tell you monday's buzzword and how to enter. >> remember, you have to be 18 ye
starts right now. >>> good morning and thank you for joining us this monday morning, let's check your weather, we go to steve paulson. >> thank you, we missed you too. >> it is cold out there, mostly sunny, partly cloudy skies, otherwise look for a gradual warmup, mainly 60s, here is sal. >> it looks good getting out to the high-rise, and also the morning commute is looking good at the bay bridge toll plaza, let's go back to the desk. >>> two men from concord are lucky to be alive after their car fell from a freeway overpass. here is more on what police say caused this crash. good morning, alley. >>> two people were able to walk away from this virtually uninjured. it happened in panola directly behind us on the southbound side. a driver crashed through, fell off the bridge and his car landed completely upside down in the far lane of interstate 880. they arrested the guy on suspect -- suspicion of drunk driving. he declined to go to the hospital after the accident. for most of the overnight hours, they worked to repair a 20-foot section of that barrier that collapsed during the cr
 are being warned to stay on high alert. >>> thank you for joining us i am pam cook. we go right over to steve, who knows? >>> good morning in san francisco, driving touchdown town area, if you are driving to the bridge, there is a little bit of a backup, there may be outside cash lanes, let's go back to the desk. >>> happening now, there may be a positive development at the grocery stores, negotiations with management are set to resume in just a few hours, joining us from alameda, what is going on, alex? >>> there is a sense of frustration where you can see a handful of workers are out here braving some cold temperatures. they have a little bond fire so they can stay warm this morning. they are excited because talks picked back up between management and 7500 grocery workers across california. they will be going back to the bargaining table at 9:00 this morning. both sides have agreed not to discuss in detail the ongoing negotiations but workers walked off the job weeks ago. this dispute centers around wage freezes and benefit cuts and this morning picketers will bring renewed talks
. ktvu's matt kerfuffle keller is live for us. >> reporter: heather you can see the major damage behind me. done by the fire. ironically the fireplace and chimney still stand as investigators say that is where the flames started. the 911 call came at 3:30 this morning from inside the home on sonia way. firefighters say the man told them he was trying to light a fire in the fireplace to stay warm during a chilly morning when the flames o'rupted. >> when we arrived on scene, we saw the house was fully engulfed with flames coming out the front window. >> i didn't realize it was that bad until this morning. >> reporter: friends and family say the man living here is visually impaired and has multiple sclerosis. he escaped uninjured. family members say he say hoarder hiving in the living in the home for decades. >> he has nowhere to go. >> reporter: an insurance adjuster on the scene says he has been to four house fires in just the past 24 hours with at least two started in the fireplace. firefighters say once the temperatures go down, the number of house fires go up. as people try to stay
door neighbor told us firefighters asked her to leave her home just in case the flames spread. friends and family say the homeowner lived here for decades and is visually impaired and has multiple sclerosis. >> it is just a shame. >> reporter: firefighters say once the temperatures go down the number of house fires go up as people try to stay warm. >> sometimes people turn to things like their ovens, bringing in outdoor heaters inside. both of those present a dangerous situation. >> reporter: firefighters also recommend every home have a working smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector. as for the family, they tell us he has no place to say and is currently being put up in a hotel by the red cross. >>> flames damaged the snack shack. fremont police are investigating after the lock to that building was found to be cut. >>> we have a picture tonight of the woman's who's complaint caused the fbi to investigate petraeus. jill kelly is seen here with her husband along with general petraeus and his wife holly to the right. reports describe kelly as a liason. a senior military official sa
is live with more to tell us what is going on. >> reporter: workers believe this has been an effective strike and that's why management decided to resume talks that will happen later on this morning. you can see a handful ofof this street. and then you can see some folks over there in front of the entrance to the store. everyone feeling hopeful about getting the deal done. management and the union representing 7500 grocery storkers. door negotiations resumed yesterday a week after workers walked off the job. these are rayly's nob hill and bel air. both sides have agreed not to discuss the ongoing negotiations. these renewed talks can bring in a new contract. that's what motivated management to get back to the bargaining table. i absolutely do. we have so much community support. people bring us food every day. there is a woman who picks up her sign -- pick up signs and have been supportive. >> reporter: i left a message a short time ago for the raley's supermarket spokesperson. the union is encouraging them 20 remain on the picket line. you can imagine that a lot of folks here want to g
own. she's a yearling. so instead of tranquilizing her, this group, bear.org, uses trust to try to get to know these bears and study their behavior. and so he has a bag of pecans, just to tempt her, get to the know her. >> i understand if you trust the bear, but how do you know the bear trusts you? this guy's nuts! >> yeah. and he's got a bag of them, too. >> yeah. who knew pecans are the keys to a bear's heart? >> i don't like this, because it seems the bears are not afraid of humans. so they'll approach other humans who may not be as nice as this doctor. bears are supposed to fear you. i respect what they're doing, take carrick of the animals, but it's a wild animal and you never know what this thing's going to do. >> well, you know, he's been doing this for a number of years. he just takes out his stethoscope and starts petting her. >> now just going to give the bear a couple snacks and that's supposed to esage yate her enough and -- >> yeah. this is a full-grown bear. i'm thinking their contact will change one its full grown. i wouldn't go hang around it. definitely a cute little l
. this is a weak testimony, they are running in advance of support and what is over us is weak, we don't expect to see much out of this. it will be a gradual warmth and for us it looks like it will be weak. a little warmer, we are starting off with temperatures getting into the 60s but that's about it, low-to-mid 60s, i don't see much change, i really think we have to wait to the end of the week before we have to give us some rain, pam? >>> 4:47, a verdict has been reached in the accusation of three violent assaults. but the verdict will not be read until tomorrow because of the holiday weekend. he faces a life sentence. >>> another mishandling of child sexual abuse scandals. two are handing over their duties. the resignation of george swizel, he wrongly accused a politician of child sexual abuse. weeks before that they filed report on child sexual abuse on a host. >>> they rededicated it at the rock, ending a legal battle that went all the way and this april, they approved it with wars. >> there what been a lot of ups and downs and then we heard oh, no it can stay and we are just so happy to h
of a package of christmas letters that a class of san francisco first greaters were sent with us. >>> what's the score? >> we have a 24. >> 34, huh. >>> on land, soldiers while away their days by playing cards or writing letters home. i love you mom. a sony walkman is a cherished possession here the music can take you away from this harsh a place where americans are wanted for their might and ridiculed for their morals. where a servicewoman can't walk down the street alone. >> you go downtown you have to be completely covered. if you can't look at -- you can't read in public, you can't smoke in public. if you do, you can't sit in restaurants you have to sit outside. they have a separate whip doe for you to go to if you order something. >> does that fit you too well? >> no, not at all. i'm used to the space, supreme. >> freedom from this barren and unfriendly landscape and freedom to be with their loved ones for christmas. that's what they wantly want. sergeant russ lewis dreams of being in his big easy chair in front of the tv opening presents with his wife and son. he'll be moving the mai
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